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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1920 TUP. LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Arguments in United States Senate Are To Effect That Can- ada Has No Right Says.Canada is Part- ner of Great Senators Have '.Right View. The chief Interest of Canadians In two peace treaty in the United St-tea senate, both of which resulted in tie treaiy's'fefltng ofe, have here the British' Empire .insists having five votes to of each of; the otber.partne'Tt. Senator' ..from Nebraska (Mr. says that, this reaervatlorj Is'unfalr to .Canada. 'Let us, see. In we snoet generous' arid' to are1 i '.The United (o, any. of HENRY Prominent Ealtern Manufacturer o tour with tHe'Canadlan ManufJc Mr. Bertram holds the position' eecretary-lreajjufer "and. director of -t! John Sons' Co., Limited Dundas, Onl., with .which' buslness'-h has been associated 1871. He a younger brother of Brigadier Gc eral Sir Aluxandm Bertranvpreslde of the He salil: Crey's Opinion' tfie. colonies .voice presentation ot, But. 6f_ Nations, -jBui; the United tiph does; riot has prc-r posed to deny I to .Canada or. to any other a 1 the', League of Nattons, ;If .this, reservation is adopt- ed ami the peace'treaty 'ratified Cai ada cannot be deprived of a vote iij the League" of Nations upori any- matj ler -without her own consent. The. reservation merely states tliat.-in_any case, if these voles are exercised, the United States Is not bound by the dcj cision thus made. But Canada can .go on nevertheless and insist upon her right to vole. "Then .what is tlio IdtficuHy and what is the objection of Canada? I think I know. H Is very evident to me that Canada fears this reservation be Great Hritairi will so coerce her that she will not I exercise the right to vote (hat is given tier in a given cace in order tbat the. United Slates may be bound. And if that is true, It Jurnishea one ol tho strongest reasons for the adoption of reservation, tecause If Canada feels that Hrilain could so coerce'her lo have her yiold up tho right lo vote in "The that what the Senator from Hitchcock) is Never Mind What Others Say If your usual table bever- age disagrees, use INSTANT "You know your ownfeel- ings best. It's a fact that tea and coffee disagree with some people. If they disagree withyou.why not try another table drink. Buy a package of Postum from your grocer, try it ten days, and note results. a fteason" Ginadion PostvuVi Ccrool Co. Wind's or, Out SOME SAFETY RULES THAT ARE GOOD 81. the death toll motor accidents In St. Louit last ear modeled to.ICO and thla year has reached 10, the St. po- ce department carried Ita safely nt campaign directly to >chool chll ren, and motorletB by circular contaln- crossings. 2. Stop At railroad hind street cart faking oq or dl6- cbarging passengers..'" 3. Give warning signal of. -your approach and Xeep to the tigbt. 4. Give warning signal' when stop- ping or turning. 5. Use tire chains on wet or slip- pery o Remote glare. Be s lire yqur; brakes are in Kood working order: inspect frequent- ly. Shave Guticura Soap The New Way Without Mug Thames VnUey Electric Kallny Co. raised rates on May U. 1. Look both ways before croKtnx street. 2. Cross the street it regular cross- g. not diagonally or la the middle at a block. 1. Don't read a paper Vhen cross- it a ttryei. 4. r aftto approaching on tho other side. For Mororlits 1. (Jo aiow, passing children or ve- hicles, around ilrj.- Alice. Gretham Dodd, The Nation Gives Entire Credit For Recovery Of Her Health To The Wefl Known Medkine, Tanlac. Ike After SoU After IB ahenvooa ttia viU find m with "ABSORBINEJR." Trainen' Wub ab- tolute ol tired, AbsorbineJ' Tie foOowIng remarkable endorse- ment of Tanlac wai glTeh recently jy Mm. Alice' Gresham Dodd, at the Gresham Memorial Home, Gavin Park, e, Ind., which pre- sented to her by the patriotic people of Indiana, ex evidence ot tbcir tppro- ciatlon of the senrioes rehdered'to his country by her son, Corporal James B. Qreshsm, the first American fOld- ier killed to Prance. o! sympathy were by Dodd from all parts of the United Statee, and the of the coontry carried the story of the first 'war mothar.' of her BOn'o death re- In tho set-tout breaVdown of Dodd'f health, but everyone will wlto interest'and pleasure Oiat the U ucw In splendid health i( When at her home- made the Collowlnc itatemeaV tie entire credit for hor recovery to the medicine, Tanlu. "After my deer 1 a general breakdown saM Mrs. Dodd. It -win In- dlgwtion. My food uctd to me and I had to diet myself very care- fully, which wasn't much hardship as I loft devlrc to eat: Then I had an attack of rheumatlam, with tmera palna !u my shouldere, back and armii. Soaietlmei I used, to jiufior a great deal, arid my Joints would get all swollen and stiff. I was able to do very little about the.house, and.at times couldn't oven ineaL I got very nervous and restlesB, and at night would lay awake for honrs, and lost many a night's sleep a conse- quence, MRS. ALICE QRE8HAM DODO of Gavin Park. Evantvllte, Ind, A friend of mine had received a ereit deal of help from .Tanlac. and H was ibe who idYiMd me to try it I am to (Ud I did tor It yroved the v BM( meSlcine I erer taken.'It; toon gave me a food appetite seemed to my. etomarh so that I was no longer trtnibied with Indices- tlou. 1 don't know'wbat it Is to hava rheumatic palni now, (welling and; itiffneM hM all goM ont of my Joints and 1 am able' to. do; the .work. of tho the' greatest eaie.' My nerveis are now-steady and strong; I sleep fine at night, and I feel better, in health than ever before In my life. I ahall always bo gratetnl for .what Tanlac has done for me, 'and shall'' recommend It every, chance- 1 set." Tanlac is sokl in Lethbrldge by John D. Rlxlnbotham Co.; in hnnt by Diamond Drug Stationery Store, and In Warner by Mrs. N. apparent Uiat the same method of coercion" upon any question tliat comes before the league would enable the British foreign office to command the vote of the representatives ot the BURTON. S. HARRIS Chairman, Transportation Committee, Canadian Manufacturers' Association Mr. Harris belongs to Hie Harris branch of the great MasseyJHnrris combination and is {he Traffic Mail, nger of the big agricultural implement manufacturing company In Toronto, liis experience in tlie worh of handling the complicated transportation pro- blems of this immense inihutry qual- ify him admirably for his Association colonies in any way they saw fit Apparently no Reason ''Upon Oio question whether we do attempt to deprivo Canada or the colonies of tho vote, 1 again wish lo quote-from the letter o' Lord Grey. He said, 'It may be sufficient to ob- serve that the reservation of America does not in any' way challenge the right of the self-governing dominions to exercise thel- vote. Nor does it state that-the United States will neces- sarily reject a decision ici which those votes have been cart. H Is therefore" think It Is even more than In practice no dispute will ever arise. Our object, Is lo maintain the status of the sell-govern- ing dominions, not lo secure p. greater British than American vote; and we. lave no objection In principle to an .ncreasc ot Iho American vole.' "Tha amendment that Is now pend- ing, Die change in the reservation Itiat it made In i'ne adopted (Senator ledge's amendment lo provides that until tho United Stales Is given nn equal number ot voles by amendment of the league convcnant, with these other nations, we assume no obliga- tlo.i lo he bound by their decisions, but any time they want lo bind wo point Iho way. if they amend the of Nations. givInK lo tlio ilnlled Stales equalMy ivilh the Pri- llib Umpire, wo would be bound, ilut why any American should object to this reservation when I.ovd Orcy iloos not object to. it la beyond my com- prehension. alter all is (hat not tho reason anil does U no! explain Iho cnliro illf.'i cully ccmccrnlng Mils peace trcatyl if of tlie United nil of them, were Vis anxious lo Iho Interests of Amerusx as they are lo protect the of some. foreiRii country would not have any illfflnilly in gelling tOECtlio- up on rcttrvations treaty." work. To Grace A Woman's Foot WHETHER it be with a charming frock or a smartly tailored Suit: our new stock gives an opportunity to com- plete her wardrobe with Footwear to her liking. than ever, afe Fsppreciating the fact that, quality; Footwear is essential, especially .In these.; days when Good Shoes are a scarcity. We are you will ad-- mire.our -assortments of Walk; Dyer .and other Shoes, We shall be pleased to show you. HUFNER THE SHOEMAN Besides Merchants Bank ;